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Best wineries on Lake Senaca and recommended dining spot in Corning..leaving in 2 days!

Best wineries on Lake Senaca and recommended dining spot in Corning..leaving in 2 days!

Old Jun 28th, 2003, 04:48 AM
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Best wineries on Lake Senaca and recommended dining spot in Corning..leaving in 2 days!

Okay, so do I do the east or west side of Lake Senaca and which wineries would you recommend? As well, we are spending a night in Corning...a couple dining spots that are good, please.
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Old Jun 28th, 2003, 05:54 AM
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Hi

I can only give you the advice we took ourselves - STOP AT ALL OF THEM!!

They've all got some great wines from Logan Ridge to Glenora to Anthony Road to the little ones.
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Old Jun 28th, 2003, 07:33 AM
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I love all of the wineries on the east side of Seneca Lake. My favorite is Poplar Ridge. Try lunch at the Stone Cat which is also on the East side.
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Old Jun 28th, 2003, 08:37 AM
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We loved Dano's on the eastern side at the Standing Stone Vineyard- lovely! Also, the large terrace and restaurant, Veraisons, at the Glenora Inn is lovely! They often have concerts and other events.Some of our favorite wineries:Fox Run (west side),Glenora,Lamoreaux Landing, Prejean Winery, and Hermann J Wiemer (for outstanding whites)There is a funny one called Seneca Shore which has a medieval theme and a castle-like tasting room. Pretty funny. You'll find wine shops which carry other area wines, some have tastings. Try to find some Bully Hill- some are pretty good- but the names and labels are a riot- good conversation bottles for a party.You can do both sides of the Lake is you are a bit selective. Do some searches on who rates and get a map!
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sorry...just to the top!
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I also say do both sides of the lake. We have traveled 4 times to the Finger Lakes in the fall and did both Seneca and Keuka Lake. Stayed 2 nights and hit both lakes. This year staying for 3. Seneca has more wineries. We love eating at the Glenora's Verizon restaurant, the food is wonderful. Also we had a great meal at the Red Newt Bisro on the east side of Seneca. We also stayed at Longhouse Lodge on the west side of Seneca lake. This is a hidden gem. We stayed in the upper lodge. It has a wonderful view, breakfast is included and has a pool and gazebo for sitting around and sipping the wine you have bought. We didn't eat anywhere in Corning since there were other places on the lake that caught our eye.
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Old Jun 28th, 2003, 05:32 PM
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Don't miss Amberg winery at the northwest end of Seneca. Also Lamoreaux Landing is one of the best. Hazlitt, Red Newt, Standing Stone.....there are so many good ones.
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Thank you so much...have written this all down!
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to the top just one more time!!
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